Two independent houses of 140m² in one of the main streets of Tavernes de la Valldigna (Valencia). One of them is ready to move into, with four bedrooms, lounge, bathroom and fully fitted kitchen. The other one is empty, both have the roof restored.
Located in the region of La Safor, it is 54 km from the capital Valencia. The town of Tabernes is the largest urban centre in the Valldigna, a horseshoe-shaped valley enclosed by mountain ranges, the last foothills of the Iberian and Betic ranges, and open to the east towards the Mediterranean coastal plain.
The mild climate is due to the combination of the sea breezes and the 2800 hours of sunshine per year. It is 2 km from the beach and has a Renfe local train station, which links Tavernes with Valencia and Gandía on the C-1 Valencia local train line, as well as with nearby towns such as Jaraco and Cullera.